The Radar: The World’s Most Active Volcanoes, River Surfing in Munich, Belgium by Train
- Add explosive energy to your travels by touring or hiking the world’s most active volcanoes. On the island of Stromboli (above) just off the coast of Sicily, a major eruption in August 2008 caused the residents of the island to flee. Despite its volcanic nature, visitors can still hike the volcano on a guided tour. [BootsnAll]
- On your next trip to Munich, don’t forget to pack your surfboard. That’s right, the latest trend to hit the city is river surfing. On the Eisbach River in Munich’s English Garden, surfers are creating waves up to three feet high. [The World]
- Traveling by train is a great way to navigate around Belgium. Here’s everything you need to know about riding the rails. [Single Occupancy]
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